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What does this cost?

We take a 1/3 interest in your inheritance. We advance all fees and cost.

We only get paid if we succeed. If we lose, there is no cost to you?

How do we know the “lost” will is fake?

It may not be. You would be more likely than us to know that.

How can you prove the “lost” will is fake?

We don’t need to. It is up to the person claiming the“lost” will is real to prove it is.

Will I have to go to court?

Probably not. These things are usually done by affidavit.

How long have you been in business?

You Have Inherited LLC is fairly new, established in early 2021, but the principals have been dealing with real estate for many years as buyers, sellers, landlords, property managers, real estate investment trust trustees, and petitioners before courts on real estate title matters.

Are you attorneys?

No, but we work with attorneys. If you have one, we can work with yours. We will need to hire an attorney for the probate case. We will advance all the fees and costs.

Are you real estate agents or brokers?

No. We will engage one to sell any real estate in the estate.

What if we want to keep the property?

After we succeed in the probate, you will be able to buy our share? If you are the only heir, you will have a lot of equity, so you should have no trouble getting financing.

Are you licensed?

No license is required for what we do.

Are you registered anywhere?

Yes. You Have Inherited LLC is registered with the Florida Secretary of State, Division of Corporations. We are also members of the Florida Land Title Association, the Institute for Professionals in Taxation, and the Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization.

Is there a way we can verify if you’re real?

Much of our success is documented in Florida probate court records. However, even though those records are officially classified as public records, Florida law does not allow most probate records to be available online.

Contact us and we’ll show you how to see the important parts of these records, without having to go to the courthouse.